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Seena Samimi

Seena SamimiOf Counsel213.626.2906Bio PDF


Seena Samimi is Of Counsel at Meyers Nave, working within the Land Use and Environmental Law group. His practice is centered on guiding clients through complex regulatory, land use, and environmental matters with an emphasis on litigation. With a commitment to delivering excellent legal advice, Seena is dedicated to devising effective solutions that cater to his clients’ unique needs. Since 2006, he has been applying this approach primarily in land-use and real-property related litigation and disputes.

Seena’s diverse experience equips him to support clients across development projects and litigation. His career trajectory includes roles as outside counsel for public entities such as cities and counties, in-house counsel for an international construction company, and as litigation and environmental counsel in a large law firm setting. Here, he represented significant private commercial enterprises.

He began his legal journey at a prominent international law firm, focusing on high-stakes litigation encompassing real estate, commercial, and environmental issues. Notably, he contributed to securing environmental approvals for the largest desalination plant in the United States. Subsequently, Seena worked internationally as general counsel for a global construction company, overseeing legal matters for a major project in Santiago, Chile, at the foothill of the Andes.

Returning to California, Seena has represented a diverse array of public and private clients throughout the state, in both litigation and advisory roles. His expertise spans various legal areas, including real-property disputes, cannabis, land use disputes, nuisance abatement, and code enforcement, including appellate work. His proficiency in securing and opposing preliminary injunctions, particularly in real-property issues, further highlight his versatility and commitment to client service.


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